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  • Posted February 7, 2009

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    Beautiful & touching

    All I can say is: I can't wait for her next novel.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Robin 'Hood-ettes' inside a regency romance make for a merry tale

    In 1805 the Home Secretary loudly orders Major Nick Falconer to investigate the murder of his odious cousin and to go to Yorkshire to destroy the infamous Glory Girls gang. Nick prefers to do neither, but immediately races off for Yorkshire before his superior rips more skin off his back.------------ In Yorkshire, Nick meets Widow Mari Osborne whereas he swears they met in London on the same night his cousin died, she insists they never met before. A bit taken aback as he knows she has no twin or doppelganger, Nick concludes she is lying although he cannot fathom why. He decides to make her his priority as he is attracted to her, but he remains unaware that the two other cases his superior has made Nick¿s will soon tie together through the woman he loves.------------ Robin 'Hood-ettes' inside a regency romance make for a merry tale filled with suspense and murder. The story line is fast-paced from the moment that the government operative and the widow meet and never slows down as he investigates her secrets while she tries to nudge him onto false trails filled with red herrings. That passion called love makes for strange bedfellows as Nicolas Cornick provides an enjoyable historical cat and mouse tale.---------- Harriet Klausner

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